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“Separation from Saakashvili” lead to “non-aggression pact’2009-10-15 11:06
Yesterday in Radisson hotel opposition parties of Georgia held a meeting under the motto of "separation of Georgia from President Saakashvili" and agreed to sign the Non-Aggression Act , implying refraining from public criticism of each other, said Levan Gachechiladze, the Protect Georgia leader - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Every day of this regime's existence creates very big problems for Georgia's statehood," Gachechiladze said, and reminded that opposition has radical and moderate ways, the latter inclides participation in municipal and parliamentary elections.
Part of the opposition, including the Alliance for Georgia of Irakli Alasania, campaigns for the elections and establishment of free and democratic electoral environment.
The other part, comprising the Democratic Movement-United Georgia by Nino Burjanadze and Movement for United Georgia by Irakli Okruashvili , the Conservative party and the National Forum. They insist on Saakashvili's resignation and calling presidential elections.
Georgi Haindrava [Protect Georgia] called the meeting very important as the open talk was held among the wide range of opposition forces. "I think, the meeting was held very successfully," he said.